"Long ago London was a terrifying place. Worrying about danger, illness, and getting caught and returned to the orphanage, Lucy must protect and provide for her sister, Glory. But it's the loving stories and gentle magic of the doll, Morning Glory, that have kept them both alive and hopeful. Although the characters are simple, the story's plot is appropriately suspenseful and predictably satisfying. Bernadette Dunne's narration is solid, making the characters real. Dunne's versatility, as she ably differentiates the characters, highlights the extremes of poverty and wealth in the lives of the different social classes and leaves the reader with a warm, hopeful feeling. W.L.S. (c) AudioFile 2006, Portland, Maine"